Charity Hub

Hi friends!
I really appreciate you stopping by to see my “Charity Hub” page and to submit your recommended charity information. Please make sure and tell us why you’re sharing about this special organization and include the charity’s URL in your comment. (Put your information in the name, email, and url fields so you get a backlink to your blog)

I am amazed at where things are going with social media and blogging and I want to partner with you to bring people’s awareness to new levels when it comes to giving back to help people in need here locally and around the world.

Together we’ll compile a great list of charities and expose people to ideas for giving back to those in need.

Thanks so much.

Wishing you much prosperity and many blessings.


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  • Posted by Steve Jolly on September 18, 2010 at 10:20 pm

    This is a home building ministry in Juarez & Acuña Mexico. They are just in their beginning stages of taking advantage of Twitter and Facebook.

  • Posted by Holli on September 19, 2010 at 7:49 am

    Hey Kary,
    my website will be going live this week and my charity of choice is Lymphoma patients.

    I lost my Mom to lymphoma and have been donating to the leukemia and lymphoma society every since. I have changed my vision – you’ll be able to see on the site.

    Here’s to good health,

  • Posted by Chris McCargar on September 19, 2010 at 9:39 am (a registered 501(c)3 non-profit)

    For nearly 20 years, Tripura Foundation has been committed to abolishing extreme poverty. The programs that Tripura Foundation has established seek to eradicate hunger, educate children, and empower women & girls, ending the cycle of extreme poverty once and for all.

    The Tripura Foundation has worked tirelessly on issues affecting the Global community, under the visionary direction of Dr.Baskaran Pillai.

    To help improve the quality of life for the poverty stricken, Tripura has developed a three-pronged approach to service:
    * First… recognize the need to provide people with basic necessities such as food, clothing and shelter.
    * Then… provide education to nurture their awareness, creativity and capability to create a brighter future for themselves.
    * Finally… provide income opportunities to improve their standard of living. In this way, we can help people to exit the vicious cycle of poverty that has ensnared their lives.

    Please support Tripura Foundation through a generous (tax-deductible) donation. THANK YOU!

    • Posted by Kary Rogney on September 20, 2010 at 10:09 pm

      What a great mission to get behind. So many
      people in need… If everyone just did a little
      we could accomplish so much!

  • Posted by Lori Kaiser on September 19, 2010 at 3:55 pm

    About LFF
    Louisiana Family Forum is a non-profit statewide research and education organization affiliated with Focus on the Family that is dedicated to being a “voice for traditional families in Louisiana.” It is our mission to persuasively present biblical principles in the centers of influence on issues affecting the family through research, communication and networking.

    • Posted by Kary Rogney on September 20, 2010 at 10:01 pm

      The family is definitely under attack in our culture and is the essential cornerstone
      of stability and peace. Thanks

  • Posted by Emmie on September 19, 2010 at 9:05 pm

    Hello Everyone,

    Holli, my charity is the same as yours…small world;) The charity of my choice is the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. I am currently enrolled in Team in Training. I am training for a marathon and running for cancer patients. I also am fundraising and need to raise a minimum for the organization by the time of my marathon, so all sponsors appreciated (tax-deductible).

    Three in Four people are now diagnosed with cancer, and unfortunately either you or someone you know will have some sort of cancer in your lifetime. Team in Training raised 69 million dollars last year, and the society feels they are very close to finding a cure for blood cancer. Because of this type of organization, they can now save 75% of children’s lives when it used to be only 25%. For the reasons listed above and more is why this is so important to me. I am running for a cure, one mile at a time.


  • Posted by Michael Feil on September 20, 2010 at 12:16 pm

    Celebrate Recovery Newark, Delaware

    The purpose of Celebrate Recovery is to fellowship and celebrate God’s healing power in our lives through the 12 Steps of recovery and the “8 Recovery Principles” found in the Bible. This experience allows us to “be changed.” By working and applying these Biblical principles, we begin to grow spiritually. At Celebrate Recovery, Jesus Christ is our one and only higher power.

    We become free from our addictive, compulsive, and dysfunctional behaviors. This freedom creates peace, serenity, joy, and most importantly, a stronger personal relationship with God and others. As we progress through the program we discover our personal, loving and forgiving Higher Power – Jesus Christ, the one and only true Higher Power.

  • Posted by Elizabeth Snyder on September 20, 2010 at 7:32 pm

    Imagine feeling all alone, hurt and betrayed by those closest to you. Just for a second, imagine being that child.
    Hundreds of children in Central Illinois count on the staff at ABC Counseling to help them heal from the trauma of sexual abuse.

    ABC counts on you to help us provide that healing, and currently has a waiting list. ABC is the only agency outside of Chicago in Illinois to offer this type of specialized counseling.

    Thanks for your support!

    • Posted by Kary Rogney on September 20, 2010 at 9:58 pm

      Thanks Elizabeth… sounds like a fantastic organization to get behind.

  • Posted by Dena-Lynn on September 20, 2010 at 10:16 pm

    The Society helps people affected by MS by funding cutting-edge research, driving change through advocacy, facilitating professional education, and providing programs and services that help people with MS and their families move their lives forward.

    => We are moving research forward by relentlessly pursuing prevention, treatment and cure.
    We are moving to reach out and respond to individuals, families and communities living with multiple sclerosis.
    => We are moving politicians and legislation to champion the needs of people with MS through activism, advocacy and influence.
    => We are moving to mobilize the millions of people who want to do something about MS now.

    Thanks, Kary, for giving us the opportunity to share what’s near and dear to our hearts :)


  • Posted by Stephen Smothers on September 22, 2010 at 6:21 pm


    Thanks for helping get the word and mobilizing people to roll up their sleeves to help the needy.

    Crossway International raises support for orphans that live in Sudan near the region of Darfur. Two thirds of the orphans lost their parents through the ongoing violence and persecution in Darfur. One third are the abandoned children from women taken as slaves from Southern Sudan.

    There are several ways you can help. First and most importantly, we need PRAYER SUPPORT. Much wisdom is needed by those overseeing the work. We see them as children we can win to Christ who then can become future evangelists in the region. When they see what followers of Christ do, it makes them want to emulate us. Demonstrating Jesus Christ’s message carries far more impact than mere words. We teach them that helping others is a Thank You to Jesus as a result of salvation, not ways to achieve salvation. For up-to-date prayer needs, go to and sign up for the prayer calendar

    or go directly to

    Thanks for your prayerful support

    Many blessings,


  • Posted by Lee Wise on October 03, 2010 at 6:19 pm


    We have supported a girl through World Vision for years ( and feel they are a quality organization that helps many, many people around the globe.

    Another one that I have been impressed with for a number of years is Samaritan’s Purse. In fact, one of my former students has been a part of their rapid response teams to help in various disaster areas. In fact, some of our family has participated in Operation Christmas Child as well.

    Great idea, Kary.


  • Posted by Lee Wise on October 11, 2010 at 6:12 am


    My wife and I just created a campaign for the charity below: it is a time sensitive campain.

    Here are a couple of comments from our page for this campaign:

    “When we were introduced to charity:water, saw how it began and then learned how $20 can give someone clean, safe water for two decades, my wife and I decided to start a campaign to help.

    Now, our goal is to raise $10,000 to build wells in developing nations. The campaign is called “5 Bucks For 10,000″ because we wanted to make it simple and doable for people.

    If 2,000 people give just 5 bucks each that’s $10,000: cool!

    5 bucks = doable. 2,000 people = doable.

    And the cool thing about charity: water is that they spend 100% of the money we raise directly on the water projects.”

    Here’s the link:

    Thanks for being able to share this here,


  • Posted by Bygproductions on November 05, 2010 at 12:06 pm

    Just wanted to thank you for putting this up, and add to what Lee mentioned. I made this page to promote and inform others about Operation Christmas Child, one of Samaritans Purse’s Projects. The collection date for this year is right around the corner Nov. 15-22, 2010. Check out the site for more details.


  • Posted by Amy Jo on November 29, 2010 at 10:45 pm

    I think that will always have a special place in our hearts. Providing specialized nutrition to children in need in 3rd world countries and right here in the USA! It is amazing what simple diet changes and quality supplements will do for a child who is health-challenged.
    It was really awesome working with you and your wife, Kary, for the children in Southern Oregon!

  • Posted by Selya Rollins on December 27, 2010 at 12:30 pm

    Thanks for this opportunity, Kary, to share the love for giving. During the holiday season our students supported a cause called Fidelty Future Stage to help bring music to our schools.

  • Posted by Angela Paige on January 11, 2011 at 5:55 pm

    Hey Kary! A charity I think is really cool is called The charity asks that you skip 1 thing a day such as a cup of coffee, a meal out, going to a movie, a magazine and instead take that money and donate it to a child in need.

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